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6-02-2008 @ 5:07PM
Wow. Just wow. I was all set to come to Blizzard's defense with an explanation of how no matter how much content you add in the middle, people eventually pass through it, while the 70's are stuck at 70 no matter what they do, so you are obligated to prioritize new content that can't be progressed beyond simply by grinding boars if that's what you choose to do.Then I read this post. And it is simply brilliant. It would require a massive hardware upgrade, but having an "old Azeroth" and "Present-day Azeroth" is the best Idea aI've heard in ages. It makes all the old dungeons heroics for all intents and purposes, and provides a real reason to go back and visit the old world again, which even the most jaded 70 has to admit is a very cool place, if only there was a reason to be there. It would allow for all the unused instances to be updated and used, like Grim Batol, Uldum, Timbermaw hold, Hyjal, etc.Excellent idea, mate. Too bad they'll never do it, but great idea nonetheless.
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